|Harry Smith lecture, 5:00 pm comments, July, 1989. - Smith, Harry|
A very short excerpt of Harry Smith talking about slam dancing, fans and clocks, and pinhole cameras,
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|Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, June, 1999. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn|
First half of a lecture by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Wilson plays a few music CDs followed followed by a discussion of William S. Burroughs's book The Western Lands, Marco Polo, Caliph of Cairo, Mongol raids, Arthur Rimbaud and other topics. (Continues on 99P052)
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|Carla Harryman, Dodie Bellamy, Cole Swenson and Steven Taylor reading, June, 1997. - Bellamy, Dodie; Harryman, Carla; Swenson, Cole; Taylor, Steven|
A reading by Carla Harryman, Dodie Bellamy, Cole Swenson and Steven Taylor. Taylor reads "Aroika" and "He who passes away is loved." Bellamy reads a "Letter to Sam Delasandro from Mina Harper." Swenson reads three poems based on the work of Delacroix including "Here," "Other weddings, other ghosts" and other poems. Harryman reads "Gardener of stars" and "M."
|Robin Blaser lecture, Where's hell?, June, 1999. - Blaser, Robin|
A Robin Blaser lecture titled, Where's hell? Blaser reads and discusses portions of his Great companion piece on Dante Alighiere, a poetic commentary on Dante's ideas and use of language. Blaser discusses the works and ideas of other writiers including James Joyce, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Ludwig Wittgenstein and Ezra Pound.